Non-violent offenders team with cops to clean up The Bronx

A group of non-violent offenders teamed up with police to clean up The Bronx on Tuesday. The quality-of-life offenders and cadet explorers from the 46th

THE BRONX - A group of non-violent offenders teamed up with police to clean up The Bronx on Tuesday.

The quality-of-life offenders and cadet explorers from the 46th Precinct helped repaint graffiti-ridden walls on West Tremont and Cedar avenues.

The work was part of the Bronx Community Solutions program, which offers offenders a chance to improve their neighborhoods and fulfill their community service sentencing.

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